IT chiefs cover a lot of ground at IAC meeting

IT chiefs cover a lot of ground at IAC meeting

Government IT leaders covered the spectrum of hot topics in information management last month at the Industry Advisory Council's Executive Leadership Conference in Hershey, Pa.

IAC PhotosBottom photo: Among the biggest draws at the three-day conference was a plenary session on the President's Management Agenda (GCN, Oct. 22, Page 11).

Left center: Michael A. Moore of the Veteran Affairs Department confers with Frank E. Lalley, the Federal Technology Service's assistant commissioner for service delivery.

Right center: Thomas R. Sisti of AT&T Corp. talks with Mark Forman, the Office of Management and Budget's associate director for IT and e-government, before the start of a panel discussion.

Top: A session on Section 508 compliance features, from left, Paul Schroeder, vice president of governmental relations for the American Federation for the Blind; Kenneth Salaets, director of government relations for the Information Technology Industry Council; Education Department CIO Craig Luigart, and Daniel J. Chenok, chief of information policy at the Office of Management and Budget's Office of Regulatory Affairs.

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